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Published on May 9, 2012
May 6 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 105, Psalter 425, titled 'Unto the Lord Lift Thankful Voices.'
A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2012. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maitre Pierre is one of the three composers of the Genevan Psalter. Not much is known about Maitre Pierre, in fact, no one seems to know who he is and whether he was actually a composer or just copied melodies from other sources. Personally, I think it is likely that he was in fact a composer simply because of the 40 tunes he contributed it would have been likely that one of them would have been attributed to a different composer if he in fact just copied tunes.
Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check outhttp://www.prca.org
The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church.
Lyrics to Psalter 425: Verse 1: Unto the Lord lift thankful voices, come, worship while your soul rejoices; make known His doings far and near that peoples all His name may fear, and tell, in many joyful lay, of all His wonders day by day.
Verse 3: Seek ye Jehovah and His power, seek ye His presence every hour. His works so marvelous and great, remember still and meditate upon the wonders of His hands, the judgments which His mouth commands.
Verse 6: The Lord His covenant people planted in lands of nations which He granted, that they His statutes might observe, nor from His laws might ever swerve. Let songs of praise to Him ascend, and hallelujahs without end.